COPYRIGHT and reproduction of material published on Linguapress.com .Copyright information.
Free to view, free to use at home or in class, free to print for private or classroom use, but not free to copy to other websites.
All pages on Linguapress.com are the © copyright of Linguapress.com .
Teachers are free to reproduce these resources on paper for use with their classes, and students are free to print out personal copies of materials from Linguapress.com.
However reproduction pages from Linguapress.com on any other publicly accessible website is strictly forbidden – and pointless. Teachers : please direct your students directly to the page on Linguapress.com instead.
In detail :
1. What you can doPersonal use :
You can view or print any page from Linguapress.com for your own personal use. You can make a private copy of a page or pages on your own computer, for your own use. You can tell other people about Linguapress by copying short extracts from pages on Linguapress.com (but no more than 20% of the contents of any page) to your blog or Facebook page; but if you do this you must credit LInguapress.com as the source, and link directly to the page from which you have copied an extract.
Institutional use (Teachers, schools) :
If you want to use extracts from Linguapress.com in print form or on a restricted-access website, do this you must credit LInguapress.com as the source, and link directly to the page from which you have copied an extract.
You can use short extracts from pages on Linguapress.com - but not complete pages - in teaching material that you may produce exclusively for your own students. You are free to use extracts from Linguapress com on your school's password-protected Moodle platform; but if you do this, the extract(s) must always be accompanied by a clickable link to the original source page. You are free to make multiple printed copies of pages on Linguapress.com for the exclusive use of your own classes. All recent pages on Linguapress.com, and many older pages too, are specifically set up for printing.
You are welcome to tell other people about Linguapress by copying short extracts from pages on Linguapress.com (but no more than 20% of the contents of any page) to your blog or Facebook page; but if you do this you must link directly to the page from which you have copied an extract.
2. What you cannot doPersonal or institutional use : You are not permitted to copy more than 20% of any page or any article or any word-game published on Linguapress.com to any other website. Under no circumstances can complete pages be copied to any other website - not even personal blogs, Pinterest or any content-sharing site. This would be a clear infringement of the intellectual property rights (copyright) of Linguapress.com.
No items from Linguapress may be reproduced in print form for distribution beyond the classrooms of a single school.
Exceptions to this rule : Linguapress.com may be willing to allow reproduction of certain pages, or certain significant parts of pages, for publication on other websites or in print form, but only in reply to a written request, and on the terms that will be indicated. Teachers / publishers wishing to use material from Linguapress.com in any printed publication or other website should contact Linguapress.com explaining their project in detail.
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